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PRESENTED BY 

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St. Mary's Junior Collage Library 

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THE STAGECOACH 




1962 






fi^OTary's Junior College 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



MARY BRYAN PITT 
Editor 





PENNY IVES 

Business Manager 



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ST. MARY'S PRESENTS . . 




A. CHALLENGE . . . 



WE AS STUDENTS. 




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to obtain knowledge 




to accept responsibility 



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to develop abilities 




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fulfilling ambitions 



finding one's self 



FOREWORD 

A challenge is sounded to young people throughout the world — education 
— and we come to St. Mary's in answer to this call. At first, we interpret our 
challenge in a limited sense, comprehending only the surface meaning of the 
word "education." However, as we begin our struggle with textbook facts, we 
slowly realize that our school, with its traditions, its opportunities, and its les- 
sons both in and out of the classrooms is becoming a molding influence on our 
lives. 

As we develop intellectually, we gain maturity and realize that the pri- 
mary challenge at St. Mary's is learning to understand ourselves. We are then 
able to accept fully the responsibility for our own conduct and attitudes, and 
in the traditional spirit of unity at our school, we learn to feel responsible 
for our fellow students and for the reputation of St. Mary's. Those of us who 
graduate this year and those who remain behind are eager to attain our chosen 
goals and carry with us the knowledge that St. Mary's has prepared us well for 
whatever future challenges we may encounter. 





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CONTENTS 



ADMINISTRATION 
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CLASSES 
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ORGANIZATIONS 
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ATHLETICS 
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FEATURES 
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ADVERTISEMENTS 
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DEDICATION 




It is difficult to give, without personal sacrifice, the assurance and 
guidance that youth requires. A lady who gives of herself so un- 
selfishly is rare indeed, and the 1962 Stagecoach is dedicated to 
such a person. Going her way quietly, calmly, and unobstrusively, 
she has directed St. Mary's students with a purpose second to none. 
She has instilled a respect for the meaning of life and a desire for 
perfection in all who know her. 

For your patience and kindness, for your sincere interest in us. and 
for innumerable evidences of your faith in us, MISS ELIZABETH 
BASON, we are truly grateful. 



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Miss Mary Lewis Sasser was horn March 15, 1896. She attended 
school in Goldshoro, N. C, and completed her education at Greens- 
horo College in Greenshoro, North Carolina. In 1923, Miss Sasser 
came to St. Mary's to serve as treasurer of the school, a job which 
she efficiently held until her death on Novemher 13, 1961. 



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All of us have moments in bur lives when the tuaucugra .u w«i i™iu«» 
seem too great to accept. At these times we students at St. Mary's turn to our little 
chapel whose tranquil, steady influence is the basis of our' school life. There 
we worship together in weekly services or step from our busy world for indi- 
vidual meditation. 




ADMINISTRATION 




Richard G. Stone 
President 



Dr. Richard G. Stone, our president, is admired by all for the job he 
has done in upholding the reputation and high standards of St. Mary's. 
His leadership, in every phase of life at St. Mary's, makes this a school of 
which we can be proud. 



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Miss Edith A. Richardsi 




Miss Edith A. Richardson, our Dean of Students, will 
always be gratefully remembered in our hearts. Miss 
Richardson, through her understanding and interest, 
has instilled in us the true spirit of St. Mary's. In 
future years we may forget many acquaintances at St. 
Mary's, but we will never forget "Miss R." 



The Reverend Moultrie Guerry 



Dr. Moultrie Guerry. our chaplain, enthusiastically 
inspires each of us with his winning smile and cheer- 
ful words of encouragement. More important, his wise 
counseling and interest make us realize that there is 
always someone to whom we can turn in times of need. 



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FACULTY 




FACULTY 



Doris S. Bailey Physical Education 

B.S., Texas University for Women; Jacobs Pillow 
University of Dance. St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B.. Flora Macdonald College; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, 1924- . 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B.. Winthrop College: further study at Southern 
Business University and Appalachian State Teachers 
College. Columbia University. St. Mary's, 1950-. 

Janet R. BroughtOn Mathematics and French 

A.B.. Lindenwood College; M.A., Oberlin College. St. 
Mary's, 1940-. 

Russell Broughton Organ, Harmony, History of Music 
Mus.B.. Mus.M., Oberlin College; Fellow of the Ameri- 
can Guild of Organises; Pi Kappa Lambda Estey Scholar- 
ship, Conservatoire American Fontainebleau: pupil in 
organ of George Whitfield Andrews, Henri Libert; in 
theory of A. E. Heacox; in composition of G. W. Andrews 
Nadi Boulanger; in improvisation of Marcel Dupre. St. 
Mary's, 1940-. 

Helen Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A.. Middlebury College; further study in 
Universidad de Mexico, D.F. ; A.B. in Library Science, 
University of Michigan. St. Mary's, 1937-. 

Mary Johnson Browne Assistant Librarian 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia Univer- 
sity. St. Mary's, 1952-. 

Owens Hand Browne Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. The Johns 
Hopkins LIniversity. St. Mary's, 1950-. 

Barbel B. Cantarino Latin and German 

Gymnasium F. Madchen. Gottingen Germany; Graduate 
work at the University of Gottingen; Fullbright Scholar- 
ship to the University of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 
1961-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice and Glee Club 

A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus.B., West- 
minster Choir College; M.A. in Music. Teachers College, 
Columbia LIniversity; pupil of Julie Bell Soudant. St. 
Mary's. 1940-. 

Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A.. Texas State College for Women; M.A., Southern 
Methodist University. St. Mary's, 1952-. 

Robert Lee Green Connelly French and Spanish 
A.B., University of North Carolina; graduate studies 
Sorbonne and University of North Carolina. St. Mary's. 
I960-. 

Florence Jean Eggert Spanish and Business English 
A.B.. M.A., University of Kansas. St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington Biology 

Peace Junior College; B.S.. Longwood College: Duke 
L'niversity; M.S.. North Carolina State College. St. 
Mary's, 1957-. 

Catherine W. Fish Biology and Hygiene 

B.A., Vassar College: M.S.. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, I960-. 



Moultrie Guerry Bible 

B.A.. The LIniversity of the South; B.D.. Virginia 
Theological Seminary: D.D., Virginia Theological Semi- 
nary. St. Mary's. 1957-. 

William C. Guess Economics 

A.B., University of North Carolina: M.A.. The Johns 
Hopkins LIniversity. St. Mary's, 1928-. 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw LIniversity School of Music; graduate in 
piano, pupil of James Friskin. Juilliard School of Music; 
B.S. in Music Education, Teachers College, Columbia 
University; M.S. in Piano Juilliard School of Music; 
pupil of Sascha Gorodnitzki. pupil of Robert and Gaby 
Casadesus. Conservatoire American Fontainebleau. St. 
Mary's. 1937-. 

Annie Ruth Lineberhy Mathematics 

A.B.. Meredi'h College; M.A.. Columbia University, 
St. Mary's. 1927-. 

Mary Louise Jones Physical Education 

Stetson LIniversity, B.A.. M.A., University of North 
Carolina. St. Mary's. 1961-. 

Sara Esther Jones English 

B.S.. Asheville College; M.S.. George Peabodv College 
for Teachers. St. Mary's, 1947-. 

Joan Modir French 

B.A., Brooklyn College: graduate studies McGill Llni- 
vorsity and Sorbonne; M.A., Duke University. St. Mary's, 
1961-. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison History and Psychology 
A.B.. M.A.. Dalhousie University; Ph.D., University of 
Toronto. St. Mary's, 1929-. 

Donald Peery Piano and Theory 

Mus.B.. Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College, 
Columbia University; pupil of Rosalyn Tureck and Frank 
Sheridan, and Irwin Freuduch New York; Adjudicator, 
National Guild Auditions. St. Mary's, 1940-41; 1944-. 

Carolyn Peacock Poole English and History 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A., Oberlin College. St. 
Mary's. 1953-. 

Herbert Shellans Anthropology and Sociology 

B.A.. Brooklyn College. N. Y.; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1959-. 

Julienne Mongin Smith 

French and French Conversation 
A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina; Certificat 
E'Etudes. Sorbonne. Paris. St. Mary's. 1947-. 

Nancy W. Stamey Drama and Speech 

Graduate of Columbia College of Speech and Drama. 
St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Martha S. Stoops History and Government 

A.B., Mary Baldwin College; M.A., LIniversity of Wis- 
consin. St. Mary's. 1960 . 

John N. Tate. Jr. English 

B.A.. Louisiana Sta'e University; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1957-. 

Margaret C. Williams Art and Art History 

A.B.. M.A.. Woman's College of the LIniversity of North 
Carolina. St. Marv's, 1956-. 



STAFF 



Bessie B. Brown 

In Charge oj Book Store and Post Office 

Katie Bullock 
Assistant Dietitian 






Evie Callahan 
Housekeeper 

Robin Fuller 

Alumnae Secretary 



Mrs. Bruce Harrington 
Secretary 

Nell Ruth Jewell, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



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Julia Jordan 
Secretary 

Chauncey L. Rovster 
Physician 



Margaret Sasser 
Assistant Hostess 

Macy Seagroves 
Nurse 



Stella T. Smith 

Switchboard Operator 

Della TruitT 
Dietitian 




Elizabeth Tucker 

Secretary to the President 

Frances Vann 
Secretary 




CLASSES 



SENIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 




Patricia Armstrong 
President 




Burnley Kinney 
Vice-President 





Lucy Southall 
Secretory 



Sara.h Broadhurst 
Treasurer 



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SENIORS 



ROSEMARY WARD ADAIR 

"Rosemary" 
(.harm bracelets . . . lover of English 



Erwin, N. C. 



. . clothes galore . . . 
. . twister from way 
fetters! 



charm . . . poise . . . perfect marshal 
bael.' . ■ . doctor friends a plenty . . . 

Belles n 61-'62; Marshal '61-'62; Altar Guild '61 '62; Doctor's 
Daughters' Club, President '61'62; Glfe Club '60-'62: 
Y.R.C. "60-Y)2; Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; May Day '61; Dramatics 
Club Y)I-Y>2: Hall Council '61*62; Mu. 



CYNTHIA ANDERSON 



Rome, Ga. 



"Cynthia" 



Snuggler . . . "Woo!" . . . different hair-do everyday . . . 
diets, vitamin pills, and candy bars . . . lock those doors 

. . . friendly . . . "li horn do son know from Rome?" 

Y.R.C. '60-*62; Mu Cheerleader '60-'62; May Day '61; 
Choir '61-'62; Handbook Staff *61-"62: Dramatics Club '61- 
7,2; 1///. 








PATRICIA MAYITA ARMSTRONG 
"Tricia" 



Chapel Hill. N. C. 



(/ new woman . . . 
. . Spanish major 



■hiev- 
eater 



Leading lady . . . leotards . . 
oas . . . smart . . . party girl 
. . . poet. 

Orchcsis '58-'62, President '61-"62; Legislative Body '58-'61, 
Secretary '59-'60; Beacon '58 '60; Circle '61-'62; Letter Club 
'59-'62; "Cold Cuts" '61-'62; Hall Council '61-'62; Annie 
Get Your Gun , 61-"62; Senior Class President; Outstanding 
Senior '61-Y>2; Senior Superlative; Mu. 



MARY CATHERINE HATHAWAY ARTHUR 

Wilmington, N. C. 
"Cookie" 

"I Villager" overalls . . . history scholar . . . dirty sweatshirts 
. . . Nag's Head . . . Clemson . . . always bamming around 
. . . party /rusher . . . "i\ow seriously y'all .'" 

Bells '60'62; Dramatics Club '60'62; Y.D.C. W62: Grand- 
Slaughter's Club '60-'62; "Cold Cuts" '61-'62: Y.R.C. '61-'62; 
Mu. 





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NANCY VANCE ASHMORE Greenville. S. C. 

"Nancy Vance" 

Slihh . . . English-English-English . . . "Hi ya!" charburgers 
. . . last __ more days 'til vacation . . . "Say, cheese every- 
body.'" . . . stamps . . . Furman bound. 

Canterbury Club '6U-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; Y.D.C. '60-'62; 
President Altar Guild '61-'62; Hall Council '61-Yi2; Belles 
'61-'62; Sigma. 



jTACQUELIN IRENE HAUBLITZ 
"Jackie" 



Martinsvil 



Va. 



poise . . . friendly 
. . . littles arm i . . 



in and 



"Has 



Style . . . charm . . . wit . 
out of love . . . loves soldie 
body got two pennies?" 

Stacbcoach '59-'60; Y.W.C.A. '58'62; Dramatics Club 
"58-'u0; Y.D.C. "59-'62; Belles \58-'60; Mu Cheerleader 
'59.'62, Chief Yil-'62; Marshal '61-'62; Doctor's Daughters' 
Club '58-'62; Y.R.C. '58-'59; May Day "58-'61: Senior Super- 
lative. Mu. 





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SENIORS 





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ELIZABETH SIBLEY BELLAMY 
"Beth" 



Wilmington, N. C. 
. Third Smedes . . . 



padded 

. pantonine . . . Deutsche Stands 

. smackeroons . . . Bethy Crocker 



Ohwee! . . . Zebra . 
NO-Doz . . . hangovers 
. . . 3 a.m. . . . visitor 
. . . gingerbread. 

Granddaughter's Club '60-'62; Y.D.C. '61-*61; Dramat 
Club '61-62; Sigma. 



BETH BOOKER BEST 



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•Betty" 



"Please Mr. Postman" ... '7 know that's for me!" . . . 
All I need is some green medicine . . . all those letters and 
not one for me . . . strawberry blond. 

Y.W.C.A. "60-'61; Hall Coun.il *61-'62; Altar Guild '61-Y)2; 
Dramatics Club "61-'62; Sigma. 





ELIZABETH CUMMINS BEY1LLE Mobile, Ala. 

"Cummins" 

"Y'ail I've got so much to do!" . . . overflowing trashrans 
. . . "Mary, get up!" cigarettes always hidden . . . pennies 
at 4 a.m. . . . that deceiving innocence. 

Y.R.C. '60-'61; Handbook Committee '61-'62: .1/;/. 



JOSEPHINE SHANNON BLACKWELL Charlotte, N. ( 

"Jody" 

One endless Salem . . . Nantucket . . . continuous diets . . 
Pawley's Is/and . . . foggy 



organization 



late 



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. Jones 



. . blind . . . neat? 
long blond hair. 



Choir. Vice-President '60-'61. President *61-'62; STAGECOACH 
Staff. Jr. Class Editor '60- '61; Belles '61-'62; Hall Council 
'61- n 62; Handbook, Editor '61-*62; May Day '60-'61: Sigma. 





SUSAN CHISOLM BLYTHE 

"Tudie" 



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God's country . . 
. . . earl . . . buses 
. . . counting days 



Furman . . 
. . contacts . 
. . . coffee . . 



procrastination . . . French 
. Hilton Head . . . If'instons 
reading magazines. 

Y.W.C.A. 'eO-^; Y.D.C. "60-'62: May Day '61: Canterbury 
Club '60-'61; Sigma Cheerleader '60-*62; Altar Guild '61-"62; 
Acolyte '61-*62; Belles, Business Manager, "61-'62; Sigma. 



NELL CORINNE BOWEN Washington, N. C. 

"Nell" 

''Oh. let me tell you!" . . . You should hare seen him . . . 
"Vm not going to cut my hair!" . . . "Get up, it's time for 
breakfast!" 

Y.D.C. *60-*62: Dramatics Club '60-'62: Handbook Com- 
mittee "61-'62; Y.W.C.A. "61-'62; Annie Get Your Gun; 
Sigma. 



SENIORS 



CLAIRE LYNN BOYCE 



Greensboro, N. C. 



"Lynnie" 

. summer reading 
poised . . . good 
figure 

Sigma Cheerleader '61, Head Cheerleader '62; May Day 
'61; Swimming Club '61-'62; Letter Club '61-*62; Sigma. 



Horseback 
quiz kid . 



champ . . . Boyce the voice . 
. . red-haired Menalaus . . 
low in the whole. 



SARAH OLIVER BROADHURST Smithfield, N. C. 

"Sarah" 

CBS . . . from the woods to the farm . . . "Anyone want 
some co§ee?" . . . please wake me in an hour: Vll be in 
the arms of Morpheus . . . a star spangled banner fan. 

Handbook Committee '60-'62; Y.D.C. '60-'62; Hall Council 
'61 -'62; Senior Class Treasurer '61-'62; Granddaughter's 
Club '61-'62; Circle '62; Sigma. 





JANE HAMER BROOKS 



The organizer 
. . . bow ties 
a new woman 



"Jane" 

broke again . . 
. blue eyes . . 



Charleston, S. C. 



. Mondays , . . jelly beans 
that's our song . . . I'm 



Jr. Class Secretary '60-'61 ; Granddaughter's Club '60- '61, 

Vice-President '61-'62; May Day '61; Belles '60-'62; Hall 

Council Secretary '61 -'62; Outstanding Senior '61-'62; 
Sigma. 



ANNE SPOTSWOOD BURWELL 

"Anne" 

European History maps . . . Nancy 
Smedes . . . "May I bum a weed?" . . 
chubbies club . . . overdrawn . . . dei 
party. 

Mu. 



Henderson, N. C. 



Wilson . . . Third 
. Library fines . . . 
ilish . . . Christmas 








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ANNE LOWNDES CHALGREN Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. 

"Nanne" 

Sunshine girl . . . tall .tales . . . House and Garden . . . 
that name sounds so familiar . . . chachas and swirls . . . 
food fanatic . . . on stage . . . Annapolis. 

Dramatics Club '60-'62, President '61-'62; Sabrina Fair '61; 
Glee Club '60-'62. President , 61- , 62; Ensemble '60-'62; 
Assembly Chairman '61-'62; "Cold Cuts" '61-'62;/i77?ff/i/ 
and the Night Visitors '61; Senior Superlative; Outstanding 
Senior '61-'62; Sigma. 



MARY ELLEN CHRISTOPHER Tappahannock, Va. 

"Mary" 

Thursday night manicure . . . "That definitely gets it!" 
. . . alarm clocks . . . coffee, milk . . . popcorn and Sunday 
night flicks . . . sleep, sleep, sleep . . . ain't got no home. 

Jr. Class President '60-'61; Legislative Body '60-'61: Senior 
Superlative; Mu. 





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SENIORS 




DAPHNE LEITH CONNELLY 

"Daphne" 



Morganton, N. C. 




. marriage . . . personality plus . . . 

. always heard . . . finesse . . . ring 



Everybody's friend 
beauty . . . brains , 
. . . John! 

Y.W.C.A. 731'62; V.R.C. "58-730; Y.D.C. 750-'62; Swimming 
Club '58-ViO; Canterbury Club '58-*59; Glee Club *58-'59; 
Freshman Class Treasurer *58-'59; Chief Dance Marshal 
'61-'62; Stagecoach '61-732; Belles '58-*60; Hall Council 
'61-*62; \Iu. 



ALICE WINSTON CONNER Charlotte, N. C 

"Winston" 

Athlete . . . beauty , . . popular . . . friendly . . . all-round 
gal . . . sleepless nights . . . trick or treat queen . . . 
metrecal. 

Granddaughter's Club *58-'62; Choir \59-'61; Letter Club 
*59-'62; Marshal '61'62; Legislative Body President '61-*62; 
Hall Council '61-"62; Jr. Class Vice-President '60-731 ; 
Vice-President Mu team 7>0-'61 ; lieacon '50-730; Swimming 
Club '58-730; May Court "59-731; Vice-President Sophomore 
Class '59-730; Senior Superlative; Mil. 








CYNTHIA CRAVEN 



Lexington, N. C. 

"Cindy'" 

Cravie to the rescue! . . . knitting 
sincere . . . spite und malace . . . 



A dear little tyke 
. . . sympathetic 
Ladybug loves sunshine . . . Shalimar . . . engaged. 

Swimming Club \58-'60; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. 
Stagecoach "61'62: Altar Guild "61-"62: Mu. 



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MARY MOULTRIE DANIELL Charleston. S. C. 

"Mary" 

Navy goats . . . early to bed . . . late to rise . . . '7/ Pense- 
roso" . . . thumper . . . collects "bears" . . . dirty towels 
. . . long white gloves . . . cancer sticks. 

Glee Club '60-'61; May Day '61: Stacecoach '61-752; Belles 
7)1-752; Sigma. 





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ELIZABETH BROOKE DAVILA 
"Brooke" 



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/ had breakfast at Tiffany's . 
e hee! . . . the King's Queen 



Davila's rose garden . . 
charmed I'm sure . . . /7> 
Letters. 

Orchesis '60-'62; May Day *61; Mu Cheerleader '60-731: 
Annie Get Your Gun '61: Hall Council '61-752: Senior 
Superlative; Marshal 751-"62; May Queen '62: Mu. 



MARY JANE DEADWYLER 

"Mary Jane" 

"Rumor hath not the MUSE" . . . we don't have it. so we'll 
make it . . . "Dear Allenkins" . . . they call her "deadfty" 
. . . "gypsy wo/nan." 

Muse "60-'62, Editor 751-*62: Glee Club 750-'62; Dramatics 
Club '60-*62: .!/«. 



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SENIORS 



CLAIRE LOCKHART FOLLIN Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Locket" 

Phi Gamma Delta . . . knees . . . pet peeve = /. B. . . . 
euglena . - . her-r-r-o s rocket . . . Whitman's Sampler . . . oh. 
for a charm! . . . paratrooper boots . . . pigeon-toed eye- 
glasses. 

Belles Social Editor '61'62; May Day '61; Swimming (.Jul) 
'61-'62; Dramatics Club '61-'62; Granddaughter's Club 
'61-'62: Hall Counselor "61-"62; May Court Nominating 
Committee '62; Mu. 



SUSAN KENNERLY FOY Richmond. Va. 

"Susan" 
The gentle dreamer . . . gone, but not forgotten. 
Y.D.C. '60'61; Altar Guild '61'62; Sigma. 





NANCY LOU COUCER 



Pinchurst, N. C. 



"Nan 



Where found . . . playing so/taire . . . sleeping . . . clothes 
and more clothes and nothing to wear . . . knit one, pearl 
two . . . somebody write me . . . "Shooee!" 

All-star swimming team '59-'60; Y.D.C. '60-'61 ; Y.R.C. "61- 
'62; Hall Council '61-"62; President of "Cold Cuts" "61-"62: 
Belles Staff; Mu. 



HILDA LUCINDA GRANTHAM Smithfield, N. C. 

"Cinda" 

'7 know I'll never pass" . . . Miss Smithfield . . . Polynesian 
pepper . . . one, two, three, it's exercise for me . . ■ Chile 
girl . . . cat eyes. 

Dramatics Club '61-'62; Y.W.C.A. '61-62; Y.D.C. "61-'62; 
Hall Counselor '61-*62; Sigma. 





SHEILA MARTA HANNAH 

"Sheila" 

China dull . . . little people have big hearts 
author . . . favorite son . . . '"tiggcr" . . . 
William Masse/os . . . KA rose thorn. 

Y.D.C. '60-'62; Dramatics Club *60-'62; Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; 
Altar Guild '61-'62; Stagecoach "61-'62; Mu. 



Atlanta, Ga. 



. . . favorite 

Shawn . . . 



Warrenton, N. C. 



. . Florida . . . Faces 
writing letters . . . 



CAROL HYSELOP HARDY 

"Hardy" 

East Rock gang . . . "Bucky Beaver" 
. . . curls . . . braces . . . "fV" . 
roommates . . sweatshirt orders 

Letter Club '59-'62. President '61-'62; All-star swimming 
i '59-'60; All-star Basketball '59-"61; All-star Bridge '61-'62; 
All-star Soccer '61-'62; Altar Guild "60- "62; "Cold Cuts" 
'61-'62; Senior Superlative '61-"62; .1///. 





SENIORS 



NANCY ISABEL HEATH 





Gnat nails . . . Nance 
. . . empty mail box . . 
. . . "I'm a twin!" 



"Nancy" 

■ • yippy ■ 

big stick 



Charlotte, N. C. 



AI'O 74 . . . inches 
. "Vm awake, zzzz!" 






Glee Club \59-'61 ; Dramatics Club '59-'61 ; Y.W.C.A. '59- 
'61; May Day '59-'61; Y.D.C. \59-'62; Life Saving All-Star 
'59-'60; Belles '60-'62, Assistant Editor '61'62; Letter Club 
'60-'62; Circle '60'62, President '61'62; Student Govern- 
ment Secretary-Treasurer '61-'62; Honor Council Secretary 
'61-'62; Hall Council '61-'62; Outstanding Senior '61-'62; 
Sigma. 



VIRGINIA MILLER HERON Cbevy Cbase, Md. 

"Ginny" 

July Fourth . . . Third Smedes . . . Jimmy's shoes . . . 
smackeroons . . . Morehead Clam digging . . . pygmy 
tribe . . . lima beans . . . exercises. 

"Cold Cuts" '61-'62; Y.R.C. '61-'62; Dramatics Club '61'62; 

Mu. 







CORNELIA ELLIOT HINES Lookout Mounlain. Tenn. 

"Corny" 

Foxy . . . frosted locks . . . snub hill . . . S. G. . . . "So 
impressed" . . . 3:00 a.m. gal . . . GA' Rock City . . . fan 
mail . . . I.B.M. . . . Cold Cuts . . . R-r-really'. 

Belles '60- '62; Jr. Class Treasurer '60-'61 : Y.R.C. '60'61; 
Circle '60'62; Student Government President '61'62: Dis- 
plinary Committee '61-'62; Honor Council President '61- 
March 5, '62; Legislative Body '61-March 5, '62; Altar 
Guild '61'62; "Cold Cuts" '61'62; Hall Council '61-'62: 
Mu. 



ELIZA ROBERTS HOFLER Windsor. N. 

"Tot" 

Heart of purest gold . 
. . . "That tickles me!" . 
. . . that winning smile 

Y.D.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. "60-'62; May Day '61; Dramatics 
Club '60-'62; Granddaughter's Club "61-'62: Altar Guild 
'61-'62; Sigma. 



Auntie Mame . . . lovfiest debutant 
. . style . . . traveler . . . Annapolis 
heart breaker. 



GWENDOLYN MAE HOl'CK. Charleston. W. Ya. 

"Gwen" 

"Mousie" . . . our leader . . . mule . . . number 88 . . . 
Dook week-ends . . . roquefoit . . . OSB . . . and Gil and 
Mon said. 

Stacecoach '61'-62. Copv Editor '61-'62j Y.R.C. '60-'62: 
Choir '60-'62: Y.W.C.A. "60-'61 : Sigma. 



GENEVIEVE PRESTON HUNTER \-Iu-Mlle. N. C. 

"Gene" 

Life is loo short . . . brains . . . Utile Genie Hunter . . . 
yerkles . . . Dr. Andy Anderson . . . striped hair . . . snook- 
ums ■ ■ . cotton fields . . . beauty. 

Y.W.C.A. '60-'62: Granddaughter's Club '60'62: Y.R.C. 
'60-'62: Mu. 



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SENIORS 



PENELOPE ELISE IVES Raleigh, N. C. 

"Penny" 

"Oak Ridge" . . . Bailey's Lake . . . ratted hair. 

Letter Club '60-'62; Swimming Club *60-'62; Sigma Vice- 
President '61-'62; Stagecoach Business Editor '61'62: 
All-Star in Pingpong, Badminton, Volleyball, and Softball 
'60-'61; Soccer All-Star '61-'62; Hall Council Y>]-Y>2; Sigma. 



DOROTHY COLEMAN JARMAN 
"Dee" 



Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 



Water skiing . 


. horsemanship 


. . home 


. . marshals 


. . . Norfolk . . 


. Thunderbird . 


■ foggy . . 


. cool, calm. 


and collected . . 


. Nag's Head . . 


germs . . . 


cabin on the 


fake . . . 75 H. 


P. 







Stacecoach Editorial Staff '60-'62; Clee Club '60-'62; 
Ensemble *60-'62; Doctor's Daughters' Club '61-'62: Acolyte 
'61-'62; Sigma. 




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SARA JOANNA JEFFRIES Raleigh, N. C. 

"Joanna" 

William and Mary . . . friendly . . . neat . . . white falcon 
. . . smarts . . . iirett\ hair. 

Hall Council '61-'62: Dramatics Club '60-'62: Sigma. 



TRAVETTE JENNETTE 



Engelhard. N. C. 



"Tra" 

rhbabe . 



Purple shampoo . . . beachbabe . . . png nose . . . midnight 
oil . . . scatter brained . . . Blarkbeard's descendant . . . 
malted milk balls . . . army gal . . . Hyde County. 

granddaughter's Club '61-'62; Altar Guild, Acolyte '61-'62; 
Dramatics Club '60-Y>2: Y.W.C.A, "fil-'62; Annie Get Your 
Gun , 61- , 62; Sigma. 





Raleigh, N. C. 



MARTHA DABNEY JOHNSTON 

"Dabney" 

Bowlegs . . . tea bags . . . all night laundry service . . . 
beautiful knees . . . Tijt . . . taxi service . . . twin . . . out- 
line books . . . shop at Norman's. 

Letter Club '58-'62, President '61-'62; Sigma President '61- 
'62; All-Star in Soccer, Tumbling, Bridge, and Speedball; 
Sigma-Mu '59-62; Treasurer Sophomore Class \59-'60; Legis- 
lative Body '61-'62; President of Day Students '61-'62; May 
Day "59-'6i; Handbook Committee '61-'62; Circle '61-"62; 
Outstanding Senior; Sigma. 



MAE ELIZABETH KALKHURST Raleigh, N. C. 

"B" 

Oh, that pink face . . . H hours oj beaut) sleep and those 
afternoon naps . . . full of fun . . . dancing teacher of 
2nd I'enick . . . low mumbling voice . . . little B Kalkhurst. 

Glee Club '60-'61; "Cold Cuts" '61-Y>2: Y.D.C. Y>0-'62; 
Dramatics Club '61-YJ2; Annie Get Your Gun '61; May Day 
'61 ; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





BURNLEY BROCKENBROUCH KINNEY 

Greensboro. N. C. 
"Bur" 

Minipoo . . phobia against lights . . . "squish, squish" . . . 
Thursday /tight masquerade . . . "Fearless Five" . . . dirty 
knee socks . . . mystic medicines. 

Y.U.C. '60-'61; Hall Council '61-*62; Vice-President Senior 
Class '61-"62; Dramatics Cluli '61-'62, Lighting "fil'62: Altar 
Guild '61-Y>2; "Cold Cuts" '61-'62; May Day "61-"62: l/«. 



MARGARET ANITA LANGHAAR Kennetl Square, Pa. 

-Peggy" 

Generous . . . metrecal . ■ ■ poet . . . plucked eye brows . . . 
congenial . . . under bed sleeper . . . soft spoken . . . sincere 
. . . yankee brogue . . . slow. 

Dramatics Club "61 -'62: Annie Gel Your Gun "61'62; Y.R.C. 
'61'62; Ma. 





MARY STAFFORD LARSEN 



Leesburg, Fla. 



"Larsen" 

''Let's go visiting" 1 



mid- 



organization . . . firebug 
night oil . . . bongoes. 

Glee Club *60-'62; Ensemble , 60- , 62; Y.R.C. President *61- 
"62; "Cold Cuts" '61-*62; Fire Captain '61-*62; Chairman 
of Dining Room Committee '61-'62; Altar Guild '61-'62: 
Hall Council '61- , 62: All Star Soccer '61*62: Belles Staff; 
Senior Superlative: Mu. 



SALLY LEACH 



Littleton. N. C. 



"Sal" 



That accent! . . . "I'm gonna flunk" . . . tap dancer . . . 
found in the math room . . . let's Umbo . . . "blop" . . . Dear 
Abby . . . Sweets for the sweet. 

Granddaughter's Club \58-*62; Y.D.C. '60*62; Legislative 
Body Secretary *61-'62; Y.R.C. *60-'61: Altar Guild '61*62; 
Hall Council "61-"62; Counselor *61-'62: Sigma. 





MARY LOUISE LIIPFERT Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Mary Lou" 

Ahhuu huu'. . . . poems . . . submarines . . . two a.m. visi- 
tors . . . 3rd Smedes . . - No Doz . . . Little man . . . 
Old South . . . drop 'em . . . smackerbons . . . baby sitting 
—B 111. 

"Cold Cuts" '61-'62: Dramatics Club '61*62: Y.R.C. *61-'62: 
Choir *61-"62: Mu. 



MARY RUTH McCUTCHEON Conway. S. C. 

"Ruth" 

Feur at night . . . straight bodies . . . Gray streaks . . . 
Who wants to play? . . . parties at the beach . . . dancing 
. . . bedroom eyes (sleepy eyes). 
Y.D.C: *60-"62: Muse Staff '61-'62: Sigma. 



SENIORS 



CORTENAY CORDES McDOWELL Charleston, S. C. 



"Courlena 



those precious things . . . 
earn . . . "I'm so excited" 



Cold water . . . that profile . . 
Canielot . . . grapes with soar 
. . . dancing on the ceiling. 

Y.R.C. '60-Y)2; Lectures and Concert Committee '60-'62 
Dramatics Club "60-Yil ; Honor Council '60-'61; Circle '61 
'62; "Cold Cuts" '61-Yi2; Hall Council Chairman '61-'62 
Legislative Body '61-'62; Disciplinary Committee '61-"62 
Outstanding Senior; Sigma. 



JANE SATCHWELL McKENZIE 

"Jane" 

Truly fine character . . . "Ya'U, 
southern deb . . . USC bound . . 
it's hot in here, open a window!" 

Y.D.C. '60 '61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; 



Let's get quiet!' 
. "I 'most died" 



•Gosh. 



Hall Council '61-'62, 





Assistant Secretary of Hall Council "6l-'62; Ma. 



VICTORIA BELLAMY McKENZIE Laurinburg, N. C. 

"Vicky" 

Southern drawl . . . a special KA . . . receiving and writing 
daily "sugar" reports . . . darlin deb . . . ya'lU it's study 
hall . . . solitare fiend. 

Stacecoach Yi0'62; Y.D.C. '60-"62; Altar Guild "61-"62; 
Hall Council '61-"62; Sigma. 



TOI ROBESON Mu:KETHAN Fayettevffle, N. C. 

"Toi" 

Carlisle. I'm not asleep . . . I'm just resting my eyes!" . . . 
baby food at 2:00 a.m. . . . What's German? . . . Ronald' 
. red, yellow and green. 

Granddaughter's Club '6()-'62; Belles '61-'62; Choir '61-'62; 
Y.W.C.A. '61-'62; Canterbury Club '60-'62; Altar Guild 
'61-'62; Y.D.C. "60-'62; Pygmalion '61; May Day '61; 
Humbling All-Slar "60-Yil ; Ma. 





JULIA ANNE MARTIN 



Richmond. Va. 

Julie" 
five minute dozes while dozing 



Contagious personality . . 

. drum sticks minus the drum 
. loue(?) that English. 

Altar Guild '61-'62; "Cold Cuts" '61'62: Hall Council 
'61-'62; Swimming Club '61-'62; May Day '61; Mu. 



MARY JANE MEACHAM Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 

"M. J." 
Eat. drink, and be mcrr\ with KA's . . . Colgate smile 
. . . unruly hair . . . crackers and peanut butler . . . twinkle- 
toes . . . bongo beater . . . jive minute naps. 

Stacecoach '60.'62; Glee Club Y>0-'62; Y.D.C W62- 
May Day '60-'62; Y.W.C.A. '6LY>2; Dramatics Club '61-'62 : 
1 "Cold Cuts" '61'62; Altar Guild '61'62- 

'61; Mu. 





jp 



'Orehesis '61-'62 
Annie Get Your Gun 



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SENIORS 





Mt. Airy, N. C. 



JULIA FRANCIS MERRITT 

"Merrill" 

Sweet . . ■ naive . . . "Dumbo . . . Jefpster to Hawaii . . . 
Fearless Five . . . Washington . . . dissatisfied . . . snows 
Iml never snowed . . . I just rant stay awake. 

Sigma Cheerleader '61-'62; Y.D.C. '60-'61 ; Mav Day "60'61; 
Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; Belles Y>0'62: Glee Club '60-'61; Senior 
Banquet Committee '61'62: \ln. 



MAUDE SWINDELL-HODGES MORE Buffalo, N. Y. 

"Maudie" 

Purple glasses . . . Fast Rock . . . nights with H. W . . . . 
purple clothes . . . Cole machines . . . Dear John letters 
. . . 3rd Smedes . . . Yankee accent. 

Glee Club '60-'62; Ensemble '60-'62; Choir '60-'62; Altar 
Guild Vice-President '61'62; Y.R.C. '60*61; Hall Council 
'61-'62; Sigma. 








BRENDA LEE MURPH Hartsville, S. C. 

"Brenda" 

Feminine . . . Russ, Felix, etc. . . . compulsive eater . . . 
dyed eyes . . . blonde, blonde head . . . smart . . . fabulous 
memory . . . music lover . . . writer . . . biology fiend. 

Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; Y.D.C. '61. '62: Muse '60-'61; Mu. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH NICHOLES 

"Betsy" 
"Kircks" . . . shh! . . . I made a B+ 



Durhs 



N. C. 



eyes like a 
twinkle toes. 



blue wedgewood plate . . . love that coffee 

Orchesis "58-'62; Letter Club '58-"62: Beacon '59-'60. Secre- 
tary-Treasurer '59-'60; Y.W.C.A. '58-'62: Doctor's Daughters' 
Club '58-'62. Vice-President '62: Dining Room Committee 
'59-"60; Tumbling Ail-Star '58-'61: Dance All-Star '58-'61: 
Hall Council '61'62; Mav Day '58."62; Cooper Medal '59- 
'60: Belles '61'62; Dramatics Club "60-'61 ; Legislative Body 
"60'61; Honor Council '61-'62: Chairman Constitution Com- 
mittee '61-'62; Sophomore Superlative '59-'60: Annie Get 
Your Cun '61-"62: Outstanding Senior: Senior Superlative: 
Mu. 





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Big brown eyes . . . Belles copy . . 
. . . "Aw, don't worry about it" . 
. . . Southern Bell . . . study, study 



CARROLL ANN NTEMEYER Avondale Estates. Ga. 

"Ann" 

. blind . . . washing hair 
. laughter . . . friendly 
. . . make those A's. 

Staceccuch '60-'61; Sigma Cheerleader '60-'61 : Editor. 
Belies '61-'62: Y.W.C.A. "60'62: Hall Council '61-Y52; Altar 
Guild : Sigma. 



ERWIN WALLACE PARROTT Kinston. N. C. 

"Erfing" 

Affinity for charburgers . . . cocker spaniel eyes . . . gim- 
mee ail ver ol' j emails! . . . letters from mom . . . tomatoe 
soup and popcorn . . . Bermuda . . . the yellow bird. 
Orchesis '58-'62; Mu Cheerleader "58-'61: Dance Marshal 
•58-'61; Beacon "58-'60: Mav Dav '58-'62; Stacecovch o9- 
'60- President Orchesis '61-'62: Chief Marshal '61-62: 
Belles '61'62: Hall Council '61'62; "Cold Cuts" '61-62; 
Annie Get Your Gun "61-'62; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Rocky Mount. N. C. 



MAR1 BURWELL PEYTON 

"Mary" 

Limbo queen . . . Davidson gal . . . consumme diet . . . 
Lit instructor . . . more Virginia Deb parlies . . . shuffling 
around . . . math major . . . tomahtoes. 

Altar Guild '61-'62; Y.W.C.A. '61-'62; Belles Stall '60-'62; 
Y.R.C. '61-'62; Mu. 



MARY BRYAN PITT 



Tarboro, N. C. 



"Bee" 



Where are my shoes!? ■ ■ ■ "I'm in lore again" . . . Hox- 
worth . . . "The glories of the white stallion" . . . a resigned 
old maid . . . fountain pens! . . . noise . . . noise. 

Stacecoach Staff "60-'62, Editor "61-'62; Y.D.C. '60-'62; 
"Cold Cuts" '61 '62: Hall Council '61-'62; Circle '61-'62, 
Treasurer '61-'62; Senior Superlative; Sigma. 





MARY ROBBINS PLEASANTS 

"Robbin" 

Big scoops . . . wrap-around skirts . 
trains . . . lost boohs . . . peanut butter 



stud 



a million laughs 



Char! N. C. 



"lateies" missed 
Hold that Tiger 



Y.D.C. Y)0-"62; Belles "61-'62; Slump Queen Y>0-Y>2; Senior 
Superlative. 



CAROLYN WILLIAMS POWELL Richmond, Va. 

"Carolyn" 

Alivays snoozing . . . late hours . . . coffee break . . . noisy 
alarm clocks . . ■ IMI . ■ . "now the thing is" . . . football 
clippings. 

Mu Cheerleader '60-'62; Y.D.C. '60-'62; Stagecoach Stall 
'60-'61; Post Office '61-'62; Dramatics Club "61-'62; Mu. 





HARRIETT WILSON ROGERS Laurinburg, N. C. 

"Harriett" 

Really and truly . . . partial to S. C. . . . indecisions . . . 
I've got to go on a diet . . . Lovepoems . . . the beach 
. . . white convertibles. 

Dramatic* Club YiO'dl: Muse '60-'62; Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; 

Handbook Staff Yil '62; Sigma. 



DOROT1I1 ROSAMOND 



Birmingham, Ala. 



'Dorothy" 



Blond, blind, blunt and hinging . . . sleeps under the bed 
. . . Dorothy minus glasses equals fuux pas . . . Nashville 
'catling Miss Rosenborg . . . bab\ shower. 

Y.D.C. '61-'62; May Day '60-'61j Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





love 



MARCIA LATHAM SAWYERS Plymouth. N. C. 

"Marcia" 

Yogi bear . . . beachbums . . . English leather . . 
that popcorn . . . southern gentlemen . . . friendly 
English scholar . . . versatile hair. 

Belles Staff '60-'62, Business Manasrr '61'62; Y.W.C.A. 
'6IV62, Vice-President '61-'62; Altar Cuilrl '61-'62; Y.D.C. 

"60-'62; Sigma. 



LUCY PRIDE SHAND 



Columbia 



"Lucy" 
And another thing . . . naps . . . pride . . . no more tha 
that . . . tap shoes . . . blond hair, blue eyes . . . depression 
on the desk . . . long distance calls. 

Belles '61-'62; Stacecoach "60-'62; Hall Council '61-'62; 
Y.R.C. W61; Granddaughter"- Club '60-'62; Sigma. 




VIRGINIA GRIFFITH SIMMONS Asheville, N. C. 

"Ginny" 

Snapshots and smiles . . . madras and green corduroy . 
"It'll be an all nighter" . . . that laugh! . . . the beach 
house . . . New Year's Eve . . . oar own little Buddy. 

Belles Staff '60-'62; Granddaughter's Club '60-'62; _Mu 
Cheerleader , 60-'62: Projects Chairman: May Dav "60-"61: 
Hall Council '61-'62; Altar Guild '61-'62; Vu. 



MARGARET EUNICE SMITH Charleston. S. C 

"Margaret" 

Curly curls . . . "The Holy City" . . . tris dependable . . 
eyeshadow . . . peppermint ice cream . . . New J ork . . 
"Sweet" interrogation . . . neat . . . most thoughtful. 

\ R C. '60-'62; Doctor's Daughters' Club '60-*62: Swim- 
ming Club '60'62; Hall Council '61'62: May Day '60-'61; 
Acolyte '61-'62; Mu. 



SUSANNE ROCHET SMITH Conway. S. 

"Susie" 

Menagerie . . . every W ednesday night . . . "I have thorns 
in my eves" . . . one armed . . . ) uban vs. Tang . 
"IT hat'd we do ia English . . . "You have a key to that 
house? " 

Y.D.C. '60'62: Dramatic Club "61'62; Doctor's Daughters 
Club; Muse Staff "61-'62: Sigma. 



LLXY HENRY SOI THALL 



Ameli; 



Charburgen 



That laugh . . . Pocahontas . . . subtlety 
. . . bridge player. 
Letter Club '61'62; Secretary Senior Class '61'62; Grand 
daughter's Club '60-'61. President '61'62: Hall Counci. 
'61-'62; Dramatics Club '61-"62; May Day '60'61 : Gle< 
Club '61-'62: Ensemble '60-'62: Altar Guild '61-62: Stage 
coach Staff '60-"61: Chairman May Day Committee 61-62: 
Dining Room Committee '61-'62: Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Hickory, N. C. 



VIRGINIA BALLOU SPEAGLE 

"Ginger" 

Beauty . . . dazzling eyes . . . faithful . . . brains . . . 
never studies or sleeps . . . spite 'n malice queen . . . always 
writing letters to Rick. 

Ma Cheerleader '60-"62; Stagecoach Features Editor '60- 
'62; Y.R.C. '60-'62; Dramatics Club '60-'62; Handbook 
Committee '61-*62 Annie Get Your Gun '61-'62; Mu. 



MALINDA KECK SWINEFORD Richmond, Va. 

"Malinda" 

"Look at my hair" . . . "It's only 7:29 a.m.. I'll get up in 
a minute" . . . I fust don't believe it . . . I'm going to 
join the circus" . . . Ching! 

Dramatics Club '60'62; May Day '60-'61; Y.D.C. '61-'62; 
Canterbury Club '61-'62; Muse Staff '61-'62; Annie Get 
Your Gun '61- - 62. 





SARAH ELIZABETH SWITZER Greenville, S. C. 

"Switz" 

Mouse . . . more milks! . . . "Wake me up in an hour" 
. . . fearless 5 . . . beach house . . . navy blue eyes . . . 
wild west . . . into the depths . . . Howard Johnson's. 

Y.D.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; May Day '60-'61; Muse 
Art Staff '61-'62; Belles Art Staff '61-'62; Senior Banquet 
Committee; Sigma. 



SANDRA JANE TAPP Raleigh, N. C. 

"Sandra" 

Quiet . . . Alabama Sweetheart . . . pink . . . blonde . . . 
chauffeur . . . cute. 

Glee Club '61- - 62; Altar Guild '61-'62; Sigma. 





HELEN ANNE THACKSTON Spartanburg. S. C. 

"Helen" 

"Please. Mr. Postman!" . . . "See you later I'm going 
swimming" . . . friendly . . . all smiles . . . dig that crazy 
nut . . . Co. R. at the Citadel . . . T. C. T. from U.S.C. 

Canterbury Club '60-'61 ; Swimming Club President '61-'62: 
All-Star Swimming '60-'61 : Hall Council '61-'62; Post Office 
'61'62; Mu. 



HAZEL CECILE THEBAUT 

"Ceil" 



Jacksonville. Fla. 



Broken toe . . 
God's Country 
crastinator . . , 
. . . the hives. 



European History Maps . . . Jacksonville: 
. . pimples . . . Chubbies Club . . . pro- 
frosted hair . . . losing checking account 



Belles Staff -60-62; Y.W.C.A. '60-'62; Y.R.C. -60-'62; 
Scenery lor ^nm'e Get Your Gun '61-"62: Altar Guild 
61-'62; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





HENRIETTA DEWITT TILLERS Henderson, N. C. 

"Dee" 

Sky queen . . . the rockirC VT'er . . . ATO . . . that laugh 
. . . one of the homey set . . . I'm dominated . . . ground 
hog tails . . . whooooo! 

Hall Council '61-7J2; Belles Staff '60-'61 ; Allar Guild '63 
'62; Y.R.C. '61-'62; Fire Lieutenant '61-'62; Sigma. 



EVELYN BARRINGER TOPPING Pantego, N. C. 

"Evelyn" 

"Think I'll tale a short nop" . . . punchy . . . very ticklish 
. . . lovable ..."'/ fust eon't study" . . . "Let me tell 
you what my daddy said" . . . worry wart. 

Sigma Mu Basketball '60-'61; Allar Guild '61-'62; Hall 
Council '61-'62; Sigma. 








MARTHA LEONARD VAN NOPPEN Madi-on. N. C. 

"Martha Van" 

Impulsive . . . unidentified twang . . . individualist . . . 
always rushing . . . big eyes . . . sensitive . . . Highland 
fling . . . Murine . . . "Shaggy Dog." 

Granddaughter's Club "60-"62; Y.D.C. '60-"62: May Day 
'60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; Belles Staff '61-'62: Sigma. 



JANE CARTER WALKER Ml. Hop.-. W. V; 

"Jane" 

Green eyes . . . "A" in life saving? . . . Twist Queen? . . 
pink plastie faee . . . "It's study time" . . . open eloset 
doors . . . "JT'hat should I wear?" . . . early to bed, early 
to rise. 

Y.D.C. "60-"62; Y.W.C.A. '60-"62: Dramatics Club '61-'62; 
May Day "60-"61; Sigma. 





JUNE WARREN WALL Raleigh. N. C 

"June" 

Blonde ringlets . . . Stanton . . . sharpe clothes . . . Duke 

Stacecoach Editorial Staff '60-'61 : Y.W.C.A. "60-"61: 
Posture Oueen '60-'61; Dramatics Club 60-"61: Altar Guild 
•61'62: Acolyte '61'62; 1/n. 



MAR1 MARGARET \\ \TK1NS WaynesvUle, N. C. 

"Marty" 

"John. I've never been kissed" . . . Surr . . . '24 hr. chorolate 
chip chef . . . Formosa . . . quick beach trips with the 
Green Knight . . . Thurs. night gal. 

Legislative Bodv Representative '60'61: Y.D.C. "60'62; 
Dramatics Club '61-*62; Marshal '61-'62; Mu Cheerleader 
'60'62: May Dav '60-"61; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Louisburg. N. C. 



FRANCES KEE WHELESS 

"Kee" 

"Pm going to get up my lessons now!' 1 . . . according to 
my calculations . . . always laughing, never sad . . . some- 
times naughty, never bad . . . sleep. 

Y.D.C. '58-'62; Glee Club '59-'60; Choir '60-'61; Dramatics 
Club '58-'59; May Day '59; Life Saving All-Star '59; 
Sigma Mu '60-'61; Mu. 



LOUISA BITTING WHITAKER Winston-Salem. N. C. 

"Lou" 

3rd Smedes . . . trips to the "Char" . . . Marshal problems 
. . . Tar Heel party . . . convertible . . . Halloween . . . 
Little Willie John . . . Twist, again, 

"Coir! Cuts" '61-'62; Belles '60-'61; Bridge All-Star '60-'61 : 
Y.D.C. '60-'62; Mu. 





JULIA ANNE WHITE 



East Tawas. Mich. 



".lube 



Annarm/is Joe . . . whitefish . . . "Oh, I just know 1 tailed" 
. . . Hall President . . , Yankee virtues vs. Southern charm 
. , . Boie . . . scales. 

Honor Council '60-'62: Hall Council '61-'62; Altar Guild 
'61-'62; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '61-'62; Orchesis '61-'62; 
Annie Get Your Gun '61-'62; Dramatics Club '60-'61 ; Mu 
Cheerleader '60-'62; May Day '60-'61; Mu. 



FRANCES F1NLEY WIEBEL North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

"Franz" 

"If you rnenn getting hitched, Vm in!" . . . u W'ell, let's get 
out the Ouija" . . . I do sing because I must . . . movies 
always. 

Y.D.C. Y>0-'61; Hall Council '61-'62; Sigma. 





CHARLOTTE BRYAN WILLIAMS 

"Charlotte" 

Carrot top . . . New York . . . ballet dancer 
books . . . leader of Deb Ball. 

Sigma Mu "60-'61; Sigma. 



SARAH ELLEN WRIGHT 



Ral.igh. N. C. 



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Ga. 



"Sally" 

"Marty, am I snowed?" . . . poems at 4:00 a.m. . . . "I'll go 
on 3 conditions" . . . English Leather . . . Breakfast at 
Tiffs . . . That makes her the girl he can't get out of his 
mind? 

Y.R.C. Vice-President '61-'62; Dramatics Club '61-'62; Altar 
Guild '61-'62; Muse Stall '6I-'62; May Day '60-'61; Mu 
Cheerleader '60-'62; Stage Manager. Annie Get Your Gun 
61-62; "Most Collegiate" '60-'61; Mu. 





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IN THE BEGINNING 



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Matriculation 



Getting settled 



Ami I'll like for you to meet 




All kinds at St. Marys . 



Canada's choir entertains 






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Marshals and friends 



Lotsa trunks, etc. 



Go straight up front steps and 



AT THE END 




It's all over . . . 



It's been wonderful — all four years 




It will be nice to be home thoua 



Slow down. Frances, you'll make it 



Never seen so manv dress 




So sole 



I just can't believe it 



JUNIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 




Sally Stevens 
President 




Gigi Canada 
Vice-President 





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Cydne Wright 
Secretary 



Haynes Walker 
Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 



Margaret Purnell Allen 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Frances Ann Livingston Arnold 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Eleanor Hartshorn Bailey 
Asheville, N. C. 



Isabel McDougal Bandy 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Eugenia Mallard Palmer Barber 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 

Ruby Jeanne Barrett 
Camp Lejeune, N. C. 



Wanda Sue Battle 
Whitakers, N. C. 

Nancy Swindell Baum 
Engelhard, N. C. 

Nancy Hamilton Beard 
Newnan, Ga. 



Rosa Heath Long Beekwith 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Susan Pender Bellinger 
Charleston, S. C. 

Nancy Goode Best 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Elizabeth Lawton Beury 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Carol Reed Biggs 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Donna Day Bissette 
Greenville. N. C. 



Barbara Lee Boisseau 
Petersburg, Va. 

Mary Susan Boland 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Bertram Francis Bradshaw 
Wilmington, N. C. 







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JUNIORS 




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Ann Howell Branch 
Copperhill, Tenn. 

Kana Barnes Bray 
Westfield, N. J. 

Rebecca Burton Brown 
Troutman, N. C. 








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Barbara Lynn Bruce 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Virginia Weldon Cabell 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Alice Dobyns Calhoun 

Elkin, N. C. 



Gladys Elizabeth Canada 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Phyllis Grace Cannon 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Suzanne Courtenay Cantey 
Marion, S. C. 



Sarah Wallton Carpenter 
South Boston, Va. 

Kay Terry Childers 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Newman Covington 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 




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Minnie Lou Creech 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Dianne Croonenberghs 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Carolina Reamer Danforth 
Columbia. S. C. 






Charlotte Douglas De Loach 
Camden. S. C. 

Margaret Crevensten Dukes 
Orangeburg. S. C. 

Mary Siblev Emerson 
Durham. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Alice Martin Fales 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Joy Isley Fallow 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ann Sherrod Farmer 

Wilson, N. C. 



Cornelia Truxton Fitzgerald 
Baltimore, Md. 

Martha Cooper Fowler 
Statesville, N. C. 

Eula Parks Freeze 
Randleman, N. C. 



Matilda Lamb Gholson 
Henderson, N. C. 

Barbara Ann Gilbert 
Raleigh, N. C. 

LaVerna Roberson Gillam 
Windsor, N. C. 



Caroline Joanne Gladstone 
Exmore, Va. 

Billie Lee Glass 
Concord, N. C. 

Kay Brown Godwin 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Susan French Goode 
Limiberton, N. C. 

Diane Jane Gould 
Halifax, Va. 

Alice Stratton Gribbin 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Martha Patricia Griffin 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Terry Geneen Gwyn 
Ayden, N. C. 

Sophronia Moore Hall 
Oxford, N. C. 




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JUNIORS 






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Landon Lowry Harris 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Polly Robertson Hart 
Wendell, N. C. 

Susan James Hathaway 
Elizabeth City, N. C. ' 



Mary Joyner Henry 
Richmond, Va. 

Vara Allene Henson 
Asheboro, N. C. 

Karen Ann Herndon 
Albemarle. N. C. 








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{Catherine Blount Hodges 

Washington. N. C. 

Rosanne Hollis 
Badin, N. C. 

Dianne Lucretia Hollowell 

Hertford, N. C. 



Lee Henry Hopkins 
Ruxton, Md. 

Joanna Baker Houston 
Ahoskie, N. C. 

Susan Josephine Houston 
Sylvester, Ga. 



Elizabeth Stewart Howie 
Monroe, N. C. 

Alice Birnie Hubner 
Greensboro. N. C. 

Sylvia Hunt 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Nannie Daughtry Hussey 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Mary Kimbrough Illges 
Columbus, Ga. 

Alice Anne Johnson 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Cornelia Miller Johnson 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Sara Alexander Johnson 
Lake Wales, Fla. 

Shirley Virginia Keedwell 
Emporia, Va. 



Rehecca Josephine Kendrick 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Harriet Susan King 
Florence, Ala. 

Sharon Dare Kinney 
East Point, Ga. 







Mary Louise Kipka 
Mooresville, N. C. 

Martha Ellen Kirven 
Clinton, N. C. 

Mary Darnell Knight 
Asheville, N. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Lackey 
Shelby, N. C. 

Betsy Dunn Lamm 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Wilson Land 
Petersburg, Va. 



Sarah Ruth Langston 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Stella Leak 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Virgilia Banks Leggett 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 










Leah Deborah Levine 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Use Louise Liebscher 
Waynesville, N. C. 

Katherine Ann Ligon 
Charlotte, N. C. 






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JUNIORS 






Jane Virginia Lineberger 
Tryon, N. C. 

Hilda Hardison Little 
Wadesboro, N. C. 

Dianne Littlefield 
Charlotte, N. C. 







Brenda Clay Lloyd 
Beaumont, Va. 

Loretla Leigh Lloyd 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Linda Anne Love 
Shelby, N. C. 



Sarah Beverly McClenny 
Amherst, Va. 

Barbara Nelson McKenzie 
Gibson, N. C. 

Frances Elaine McLanahan 
Elberton. Ga. 




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Florence Lawless McNeer 
Lake Alfred, Fla. 

Patricia Anne McNulty 
Jacksonville, N. C. 

Jessatha MacFarland 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Eva Dianne Magruder 
Rome, Ga. 

Elizabeth Higgins Manning 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Barbara Sue Martin 
Charlotte. N. C. 



Martha Ann Martin 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sada Lamar Mason 
Augusta, Ga. 

Genie Carv Middleton 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Katharine Waring Miller 
London Bridge, Va. 

Marie Carolyn Miller 
Lakeland, Fla. 

Jennie Marian Moore 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Nancy Elizabeth Morris 
Richmond, Va. 

Gail Christian Murphey 
Richmond, Va. 

Roberta Wyatt Newbold 
Raleigh, N. C. 







Georgia Lou O'Cain 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

Mary Lewis Parham 
Henderson, N. C. 

Frances Elisabeth Pegues 
Monroe, N. C. 



Elizabeth Nelson Pemberton 
Yanceyville, N. C. 

Sarah Louise Perkerson 
La Grange, Ga. 

Florence Inez Pitts 
Morganton, N. C. 

Mollie Alice Powell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jewell Lee Ragsdale 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Perry Ragsdale 
Jamestown, N. C. 



Sarah Dunston Rand 
Richmond, Va. 

Judith Ann Randolph 
Enfield, N. C. 

Elizabeth Cooper Rawling 
Capron, Va. 








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JUNIORS 









Anne Weller Reddick 
Burlington, N. C. 

Jndilli Ann Rhodes 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Wylly Robb 
Columbia, S. C. 



Mary Eileen Roper 
Kingsport, Tenn. 

Sarah Heath Roper 
Petersburg, Va. 

Lucie Bristol Rouse 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Georgia Lindsay Roux 
Savannnah, Ga. 

Susan Vaughan Shankle 
Camden, Ark. 

Jane Mickey Singletary 
Princeton, N. J. 



Ladwalya Tim Sirimonkol 
Bangkok. Thailand 

Ann Fortson Smith 
Lindale, Ga. 

Lynette Becton Smith 
Mt. Olive, N. C. 



Diane Finch Snakenburg 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Sandra Jean Sox 
Kenly, N. C. 

Fay Combs Spencer 
Columbia. S. C. 



Harriet Burt Spruill 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Barbara Jo Stanton 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Mary Frances Stanton 
Bieh Point. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Mary Elizabeth Steele 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sally Holmes Stevens 
Shiloh, N. C. 

Anita Grey Strickland 
Virginia Beach, Va. 






Mary Rittenhouse Tankard 
Washington, N. C. 

Julia Winston Taylor 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Nina Green Thiem 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Rebecca Louise Timberlake 
Wilson, N. C. 

Catherine Ravenel Townsend 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Marian Warner Trotter 
Alexandria, Va. 



Shirley Owen Truitt 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Carol Turner 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Karen Vom Lehn 
Cullowb.ee, N. C. 



Caroline Anderson Walker 
Savannah, Ga. 

Gloria Lee Walker 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Merrie Haynes Walker 
Elkin, N. C. 



Patricia Reide Watson 
Wilson, N. C. 

Susan Jean Weaver 

Bad Godesberg, Germany 

Paula Southwick Weed 
Asheville, N. C. 








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JUNIORS 
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Bettie Freeman White 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Charlotte Bryan Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Isabella Pescud Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Rebecca Ann Williams 
Durham, N. C. 

Anne Neel Wilson 
Fayetteville, Term. 

Telfair Carter Windley 
Washington, N. C. 



Brenda Payton Wright 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Cydne Ann Wright 
Greensboro, N. C. 



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The ghost of 3rd Smedes 



Cell, Jones, and Tate on midnight stroll around campus the night 
before Summer Reading Tests. 




Cheepie and bottle 



will be NO making mil on the auditorium steps! 



COMMERCIAL CLASS 

OFFICERS 




Betsy Crutchfield 
President 




Linda Parker 
I' ice-President 





Celeste Barnette 
Secretory 



Carlisle North'ington 
Treasurer 



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COMMERCIAL CLASS 



Leah Elizabeth Anderson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Celeste Allen Barnette 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Crutchfield 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






Parmalee Kay Daniels 

Manteo, N. C. 

Elizabeth Hilton Hill 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Carlisle Nortbington 
South Hill, Va. 



Elsie Mclver Chisolm Otto 
Savannah, Ga. 

Dorothy Patton Parker 
Asheville, N. C. 

Linda Daniel Parker 
Elkin, N. C. 




Lynda Carole Nash Rape 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Pope Woodard 
Hickory, N. C. 

Elizabeth Michell Whalen 
Raleigh, N. C. 






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St. Mary's Junior College Library 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



OFFICERS 




Anne MacKinney 
President 




Sharon Finch 
Vice-President 





Terrell Boyle 
Secretary 



Betty Rucker Taylor 
Treasurer 



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SOPHOMORES 



Jane Smith Allen 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Sarah Seward Anthony 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Octavia Susan Ashford 

New Bern, N. C. 
Carol Lynne Ashley 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Nancy Gray Baker 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Susan Margaret Becton 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Kaye Terrell Boyle 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Carolyn Tuggle Broun 

Martinsville. Va. 



Alice Alexander Carr 

Charlotte. N. C. 
Catherine Preston Chandler 

Burlington, N. C. 
Carol Ann Combs 

Creswell, N. C. 
Gretchen Jean Craig 

Durham, N. C. 





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Anne Cheshire de la Vergne 

Salt Point, N. Y. 
Alexa Irene Draxler 

Morganton, N. C. 
Katherine Burke Duncan 

Apex, N. C. 
Alice Young DuPre 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



Susan Haughton Ehringhaus 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Barbara Sullivan Eichelberger 

Clinton. S. C. 
Mary Katherine Eichhorn 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Ester Sharon Finch 

Thomasville. N. C. 



Alice Kellogg Gann 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Elizabeth Louise Grady 

Caracas. Venezuela 
Frances Fullerton Hopkins 

Columbus, Ga. 
Ann Gaskill Hundley 

Wallace, N. C. 



Janie Palmer Judd 

Varina, N. C. 
Lola Young Kearney 

Snow Hill, N. C. 
Frances Ellen Leonard 

Winchester, Va. 
Mary Holbrook Lumpkin 

Columbia, S. C. 













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SOPHOMORES 





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Laurie Anne McEachern 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Marguerite McPheeters McKee 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Anne McKinney 

Charlotte, N.' C. 
Millicent Carrie Marsden 

High Point. N. C. 




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Suzanne Mary Miller 

Southern Pines, N. C. 
Anne Morgan Moore 

Burlington. N. C. 
Patricia Anne Mudder 

Manchester, Ga. 
Lane Smith Norman 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Marion Elizabeth Purcell 

Salisbury. N. C. 
Susan Caroline Russell 

Morganton, N. C. 
Elizabeth Gayle Sanford 

Newport News, Va. 
Mary Lucinda Schwartz 

Sanford. N. C. 



Pamela Anne Scott 

Fair Bluff. N. C. 
Louise McMurry Sorv 

Palm Beach. Fla. 
Marilyn Ann Stadler 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Isabella Jane Hav Stronach 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Delia Harriett Ta\lor 

Hubert. N. C. 
Elizabeth Rucker Taylor 

Whiteville, N. C. 
Louise Ryland Thornton 

Sussex. Va. 
Ann Elizabeth Tinslev 

High Point. N. C. 







Rose Patterson Watson 

Columbia. S. C. 
Aryne Estelle Weeks 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Jean Cecelia Winborne 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Martha Ann Wright 

Raleigh. N. C. 



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Hey, ya'll everybody's (loin it 



Wild partyin' 2nd West! 




Corny, the African bushwomari 



??? Best way to count sheep 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



OFFICERS 




Gretchen Bullard 
President 




Susan Spaulding 
Vice-President 





Mary Lindsay Smith 
Secretary 



Mary Stuart Dent 
Treasurer 



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Terrie Allen 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Mary James Baskerville 

Stony Creek, Va. 
Michelle Telfair Bratton 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Laura Laing Burbank 

Concord, N. C. 



FRESHMEN 









Mildred Gretchen Bullard 

Wilson, N. C. 
Carol Holland Cantwell 

Burgaw, N. C. 
Jeannie Lee Cashion 

Wadesboro. N. C. 
Alleen Williams Cater 

Amiiston, Ala. 







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Louise Wilson Clark 

Tarboro. N. C. 
Sarah Melinda Connelly 

Morganton, N. C. 
Sara Jane Cottle 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Patricia White Cranford 

Greensboro, N. C. 













Marsha Clayton Daniel 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary Stuart Dent 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Caroline Moore Dickson- 

Thetford 

Memphis. Tenn. 
Elizabeth Langley Gabriel 

Kinston, N. C. 







Monica Frances Goubaud 

Winter Park. Fla. 
Gretchen Gene Grantham 

Wilson, N. C. 
Mary Perry Grimes 

Lexington, N. C. 
Rosalie Fallon Hanley 

Raleigh. N. C. 






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Elizabeth Vardeman Harris 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Elsie Dunn Hines 

New Bern. N. C. 
Ann Holcombe 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Moya Jean Lavin 

Fayetteville, N. C. 



Elizabeth Lyon Leach 

Washington, N. C. 
Claudia Louise Levy 

Jarratt. Va. 
Flora Katharine Melvin 

Roseboro, N. C. 
Andrea Mewborn 

Raleigh. N. C. 










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FRESHMEN 







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Linda Jane Morris 

Siler City. N. C. 
Leah Graves Osgood 

Richmond, Va. 
Betty Patrick Parson 

Stony Creek. Va. 
Winifred Ann Richer! 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Susan Dianne Ricks 

Jarratl. Va. 
L\elwi Ruth Rothstein 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Betty Ruffin Rudisill 

Lincolnton, N. C. 
Caroline Sanders 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Charlotte Winhorne Shaffer 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 
Anne Hoover Smith 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Mary Lindsay Smith 

Raleigh. N'. C. 
Susan Harrison Spaulding 

Chase City . Va. 



Alice Leone Stallings 

Thomasville, N. C. 
Mary Patricia Stephenson 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Stephanie Ann Swain 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Beverly Wrenn Treadwell 

Raleigh. N. C. 



Helen Lynn Watson 

Raleigh. N. C. 
Jean Lindsay Wessell 

Wilmington. N. C. 
Amelia Talbert Wilson 

Darlington. S. C. 
Helen Wright 

Wrightsville Beach. N. C. 



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Look, Ma, I'm a Neandert 



Whal did "Little moron" say when , 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Gretchen Marie Bode 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Patricia Sue Campbell 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Donna Helen Crisp 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Sylvia Lane Edwards 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Julia Jeffreys Hartigan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Leesa Heidelberg 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Eugene Albert Homme 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Georgia Kaye Howard 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Anne Elizabeth Lynch 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Patricia Ann Lynn 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Patricia Ann Mooney 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Emmy Anne Moore 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Nancy Jean Morris 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Paula Faye Motley 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dorothy Sue Nahikian 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Nancy Pettigrew 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Betsy Phifer 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Florence Chan Poyner 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Margaret Smedes Poyner 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Susan DeKovan Poyner 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Raleigh. N. C. 



Mrs. Anne Viser Scoggin 
Louisburg. N. C. 



Judith Annette Watkins 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Donna Kay Wetmore 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Alice June Williams 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 

The Student Government of St. Mary's, composed of the executive, judicial, and legislative 
branches, regulates student affairs and strives to foster a spirit of co-operation among the faculty 
and students. The officers of this organization are elected by the student body to serve as leaders 
and examples of honor and responsibility. 




Jane Brooks. Secretary of Hall Council: Cornelia_ Hines, President oi Student Government 1961-March 5, 1962: 
Courtenay McDowell. Chairman of Hall Council; Dabney Mann. President of Day Students: Betsy Nichols. Vice- 
President of Student Government, President March 5. 1962-May 28, 1962: Nancy Heath. Secretary of Student Gov- 
ernment. 



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HONOR COUNCIL 

The Honor Council, the judicial branch of Student Government, interprets the Honor Code of 
St. Mary's and deals with violators of this Code. This organization is composed of representatives 
from each class. 




Left to right: Julie White, Elizabeth Rawlings. Betty Ga> le Sanforcl. Betsy Nichols. Cornelia Hines. Nancy Heath. 
Marguerite McKee, Elsie Otto. (Reide Watson, not pictured t. 




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Courtney McDowell. Chairman of Hall Council; and Jane 
Brooks, Secretary. 



Hall Council 




First row. left to right: Evelyn Topping. Lucy Southall. Jackie Baublitz, Lucy Shand. Second row: Lockhart Follin.. Nanne Chalgren. 
Betsy Nichols, Courtenay McDowell. Nancy Heath. Nanc> Gouger, Sally Leach. Franz Wieblei Third row: Jane McKenzie. Jane Brooks. 
Sarah Broadhurst, Helen Thaxton. Julie Martin. Cinda Grantham, Ginny Simmons. Maudie Moore. Bee Pitt. Ann Niemeyer, Julie White, 
Vicky McKenzie, Jody Blackwell, Burnley Kinney. Erwin Parrotl. Rosemary Adair, Daphne Connelly. Cornelia Hines. Joanna Jefferies, 
Mar\ Larson. Penm tves, Betty Best, Nancy Vance Aslimore, Margiret Smith. 



The Hall Council is a part of the j u- 
diciary branch of Student Government: 
this bodv has authorit) in matters not 
determined by the Honor Council. The 
Mall Council is composed of the hall 
counselors and representatives of the day 
students. 



The Disciplinary Committee is 
composed of the following: first 
row: Cornelia Hines, Courtenay 
McDowell, Second row: Jane 
McKenzie. Jane Brooks, Betsy 
Nichols. 




:OVERNMENT 




Winston Conner. Chairman of Legislative Body 



The Legislative Body- composed of Stu- 
dent Government officers, faculty advisors, 
and class representatives, considers peti- 
tions to change or modify rules, pertaining 
to dormitory and social life. This organi- 
zation promotes the ideas it believes will 
be beneficial to self-government. 



LEGISLATIVE BODY 




Front row, left to right: Anne McKinney, Jody Blackwell, Sally Stevens. 
Courtenay McDowell. Dabney Mann. Second row: Gretchen Bullard, Cathy 
Chandler, Matilda Gholson, Harriet King, Sally Leach. Third row: Betsy 
Nichols, Betsy Crutchfield, Winborne Shaffer, Cornelia Hines. 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 




Left to right: Cynthia Anderson. ( 
Jody Blackwell, Nell Bowen. 



inger opeagJi 



Broadhurst, 



The Handbook Committee compiles and edits the yearly Handbook 
which is sent to every St. Mary's student before she comes to school in 
the fall. The Handbook will aid her in every phase of life at St. Mary's. 




Jody Blackwell, Editor of the Handbook. 




THE CIRCLE 



As the circle itself is symbolic of unity, so the 
members of The Circle have unity of purpose as 
their goal. The Circle promotes a spirit of co- 
operation among the students and stresses high 
ideals of fellowship, service, citizenship, and 
scholarship. The highest honor a student can re- 
ceive at St. Mary's is to be tapped as a Circle 
member. 



Nancy Heath 
President 





Mahy Bio an 1 j itt 
Treasurer 



Dabnev Mann 
Secretary 



Patricia Armstrong 
Sarah Broadhurst 
Jane Brooks 
Gigi Canada 
Nanne Chalgren 
Nancy Heath 
Cornelia Hines 
Penny Ives 




Mary Larsen 
Dabnev Mann 
Betsy Nichols 
Elsie Otto 
Mary Bryan Pitt 
Lucy Southall 
Haynes Walker 
Reide Watson 
Cydne Wright 



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THE BEACON 



The Beacon, as the name implies, guides the 
high school girls in their life at St. Mary's. The 
members of this organization strive to increase 
school spirit and promote co-operation and par- 
ticipation in school activities. 



MEMBERS 
Tay Ashford 
Terrell Boyle 
Alice Carr 
Mary Stuart Dent 
Sharon Finch 
Anne Mackinney 
Marguerite McKee 




MEMBERS 
Anne Moore 
Betty Gail Sanford 
Cindy Schwartz 
Mary Lindsay Smith 
Roses Watson 
Jean Winborne 



Anne Mackinney, President 
Marguerite McKee, Vice-President 



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Left to right: Alice Carr, Sharon Finch, Jean Winborne, Terrell Boyle. 

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STAG 



The challenge of St. Mary's life is well met in the 
1962 Stagecoach under the direction of the editor, 
Bee Pitt. To lake care of the copy, layouts, and pictures. 
Bee selects an editorial staff. This staff is ahlc to obtain 
training in journalism, as well as in editorial work. 
Through the past years, and by tradition, each girl 
receives her annual on Class Day in May. 





Mary Bryan Pitt 

Editor of Stagecoach 



Nannie Hussey, Cornelia Johnson, and Margaret 
Allen find amusement and inspiration as they 
leaf through an earlier edition of the STAGECOACH. 



First row, left to right: Louise Clark. Nannie Hussey. Mary Daniell. 
Cindy Craven. Ginger Speagle. Frances Peques. Jennie Moore. Gwen 
Houck. Second row: Nell Bailey, Nela Danforth, Margaret Allen. Phyllis 
Canon. Jean Winborne, Ann Smith, Jess MaeFarlin. Mickey Singletary, 
Billie Glass. Third row: Lane Norman. Cydne Wright. Cornelia Johnson. 
Dianne Croonenberghs. Dee Jarman, Minnie Lou Creech. Vickie Mc- 
Kenzic, Anne Holcombe. Mary Stuart Dent. Marguerite McKee. Peggy 
Dukes, Anne MacKinney, Mary Roper. 




Left to right: Ann Smith. Vickie McKenzie. Sheila 
Gwen Houck. and Ginger Speagle seem to be in deep 
tration about any last minute changes to be made on 
the layouts. 



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COACH 




The 1962 Stagecoach's business staff is under the 
leadership of Penny Ives. Penny and her staff's duty is to 
provide financial backing for the annual by soliciting 
advertisements from the local merchants of Raleigh. 



Penny Ives 
Business Manager 





Gigi Canada (right) is almost paying attention 
to Betty Whalen's misspelling the "ads" announce- 
ment on the blackboard. 



The work on the ads is almost completed but some final adjust- 
ments are being made by Susan Boland, Pam Harris. Bobbie 
Stanton. Libhy Beury, Julia Taylor. Beth Gabriel. 



First row, left to right: Jane Stronach, Susan Becton. Libby Beury, 
Susan Boland. Second row: Betty Pat Parsons. Machelle Bratton. Betty 
Whalen, Pam Harris. Beth Gabriel, Jam- Alien. Third row: Sarah 
Carpenter, Barbara Gilbert, Julia Taylor, Gige Canada, Susan Ehring- 
haus, Bobbie Stanton, Kim Marsden, Carol Canrwell. Fourth row: 
Jeannie Cashion. 










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Left to right: Mary Jane Deadwyler, Elizabeth Lackey, Malinda Swineford. Sally Stevens, Harriet Rogers, Sally Wright, Lane Norman. 
Alexa Draxler, Suzanne Miller. 



THE MUSE 



The Muse, the literary magazine of St. Mary's, is composed en- 
tirely of student work. This magazine offers to creative and aspiring 
writers an opportunity to experiment with new ideas and to receive 
criticism of fellow 7 members. 





M\u\ Jane Deadwyler 
Editor 



Left to right: Carol Combs. Nancy Beard. Rosa Beck with. 
Georgia O'Cain. Uremia Murph, Frances Pegues, Marion Pur- 
cell, Jess MacFarland. 



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First row, left to right: Nancy (louger, Lane Norman, Beth Grady, Barbara Eichelberger, Phyllis Cannon, Mary Emerson, Diane Littlefield. 
Second row: (Jinny Simmons, Mareia Sawyers, Susan Ehringhaus, Susan Becton, Marguerite MeKee, Ann Moore, Kim Marsden, Jane 
Brooks. Third row: Jody Blaekwell, Betsy Nichols, Frances McLanahan, Becky Timberlake, Mary Peyton, Sally Stevens, Ann Niemeyer. 
Nancy Vance Ashmore, Mary Larson, Nancy Heath, Robbin Pleasants. 



THE BELLES 



The Belles, the school newspaper, reports the soeial and scholastic 
activities of the students. Under the direction of Ann Niemeyer, 
the bi-monthly issue encourages creative writing and offers train- 
ing in the field of journalism. 



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CHOIR 



MEMBERS: Elsie Otto, Gwen Houck, Toi MacKethan, Lane Norman, Cynthia Anderson. Nancy Morris. 
Mary Stuart Dent. Beth Gabriel. Cydne Wright. Mary Jim Baskerville, Nanne Chalgren. Jean Cashion. 
Len Kirven. Mary Lou Lipfert. Jody Blackwel], Weldon Cabell. 




The St. Mary's Choir, under the direction of Dr. 
Russell Broughton, organist and composer, heightens 
the spiritual atmosphere of the Chapel. The choir sings 
at every chapel service and presents a special program 
at Christmas and Epiphany. During the service the 
compositions and arrangements of Dr. Broughton add 
much to the inspirations of the services. 



CRUCIFERS: Carol Har.ly, Delia Taylor. 
Mary Larson. Sally Stevens. Lucy Southall. 



ACOLYTES: Frances Peques, Dee Jarman, 
Elsie Otto. Julie White, Tra Jennelte. Roses 
Watson, Susan Blythe. 



ALTAR 
GUILD 




MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Sally Leach, Ginny Simmons. Vickie McKenzie, Slielia Hannah. 
Terrell Boyle. Second row: Marcia Sawyers. Tot Holler. Evelyn Topping. Belly Best. Mary Peyton. Mary 
Jane Meaeham. Kit Eichhorn. Third row: Julie Martin, Ann Niemeyer, Nancy Guuger, Carlisle North- 
ington, Nancy Vance Ashmore, Cecile Thebaut. Toi MacKethan, Cynthia Craven. 



The Altar Guild, composed of Seniors, is an organi- 
zation for the care of the Chapel. Under the guidance 
of Dr. Guerry and Miss Bason, its members not only 
participate as acolytes and crucifers but also take care 
of the linen, books, and flowers! Next year the organi- 
zation will be open to all of our students. 





Hannah anil Tot Holler are given a 
few tips on Hower arranging by Miss Bason. 



Left to right: Toi MacKethan. Cornelia Mines. 
Nancy Couger. (Jinny Simmons. Sally Leach. 
heads of committees. 



THE GLEE CLUB 




Members of the Glee Club: First row, left to right: Jane Allen, Lynn Rothstien, Susan Spaulding, Mary Jim Baskerville, Cookie Arthur. 
Barbara McKenzie, Betsy Rudisell, Georgia Roux. Jillie Leggett, Mary Jane Deadwyler, Nanne Chalgren. Second row: Sharon Kinney. 
Mamlie Moore, Flora Melvin, Isabel Bandy. Nancy Morris. Mary Kipka. Eileen Cater, Marion Purcell. Dudley Lester. Gretchen Craig. 
Third tow: Lane Norman, Sharon Finch, Dorothy Jarman, Karen Vom Lehn, Alice Garni, Mary Larson, Ann Hundley. Lucy Southall. 
Jeanne Barrett. 




Miss Geraldine Cate 
Director 



The Glee Club has offered many hours of 
pleasure and satisfaction to St. Mary's and to 
the citizens of Raleigh. Under the capable 
direction of Miss Cate, the Glee Club has pre- 
sented a variety of well planned programs. The 
Ensemble is selected from members of the Glee 
Club who are outstanding vocalists. This talented 
group presents many delightful programs. The 
annual Christinas concert and the concert given 
with the State College Glee Club are among the 
most outstanding concerts given b) our Glee 
Club. 



Members of the Ensemble: First row, left to right: Barbara McKenzie, Jane Allen. 
Maudie Moore, Nanne Chalgren. Alice Gann. Isabel Bandy. Karen Vom Lehn. 
Dee Jarman. Georgia Roux. Second row: Shirley Truitt. Gretchen Craig. Jeanne 
Barrett. Mary Larson. Lucy Southall. Marion Puree]!. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 




The Canterbury Club is 
composed of young people 
in the Episcopal Church anil 
other interested students. 
Canterbury meets each Sun- 
day night with students from 
other colleges to learn more 
about the place of religion 
in today's world. 



MEMBERS: Left to right: Toi MacKethan, Uremia Wright. Second row: Carol Dickson. Pat 
Parker, Pat McNulty, Melinda Swineford. 



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Y.W.C.A. 



The Young Women's Christian 
Association is a service organiza- 
tion interested in helping the less 
fortunate. This non-denomination- 
group makes life more enjoy- 
able for those in the Old People's 
Home, the Orphanage, and the 
School for the Blind by visiting 
these places. Among the most 
beneficial projects carried on by 
the Y.W.C.A. was the collection 
of food for the Salvation Army. 




OFFICERS: Left to right: Kim Marsilen, 
Gretchen Craig (President), Delia Taylor. 



MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Frances Peques, Mary Payton. Brenda Murph, Nell Bowen, 



Carlisle Northington, Cindy Craven. Second row: Jes MacFarland, 
Louise Clark. Jean Grantham, Julie White. Pal Parker. Third row. 
Gretchen Bullard, Tim Sirimonkol, Susan Blvthe. Nancy Vance 



Delia Taylor, Betlv Pal Parsons. 
Marsha Sawyers. Use Liebscher, 
Ashemme, Anne Niemeyer. 




Julie White. President; Carlisle 
Sawyers, Vice-President. 



Northington, Secretary-Treasurer; Marcia 





Left to right: Nanne Chalgren, President; Mary Jane 
Deadwyler. Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. Nancy Stamey. 



"Tricia" Armstrong as An- 
nie Oakley makes eyes at 
< ihurlie Faust who portrays 
Frank Butler. Tricia and 
Charlie made a sensational 
hit in Annie Get Your Gun' 
November 21. 



The Dramatics Club, under the direction of Mrs. 
Nancy Stamey, offers its members experience in 
theatrical ar,ts. Throughout the year special train- 
ing courses are given in stage production, make-up. 
lighting, scenery, and acting. The club has two 
major productions each year for the student body 
and the public. This year Annie Get Your Gun 
and Ring Around the Moon were produced. 




DRAMATICS 



Mus. Nancy Stamen 
Head of Dramatics Department 




MEMBERS: Left to right: Margaret Allen. Tra Jennette, Nanne Chalgren. Brentla Wright, Beltv Pat Parson. France? Pegues. Gretclien 
Billiard, Cynthia Anderson. Lynelte Smith. Julie White. Georgia Rous, Mary Jane Deadwyler, Mary Jane Meacham, Jane Walker. Beth 
Gabriel, Nancy Morris. Jess MacForland, Lane Norman. Mary Jim Baskenille. Betty \mlerson. Bonnie Trotter. Nell Bowen. Pat McNuItv. 
rot Holler. Melimla Swineford, Betsy Kalkhurst. Mrs. Stamey. Karen Vom Lehn. ferry Gwyn. Sue Weaver. Betty Best. Laurie Burbank. 
Mary Lou Lipfert, Elsie Otto. Lucy Southall. 





ASSEMBLY CHAIRMAN 
A dash of grace and a pinch of poise sim- 
mered with the intangible ability of giving 
others confidence are all component parts of 
Nanne Chalgren. the assembly chairman. 
Nanne has proved herself more than capable 
of planning and presenting a variety of as- 
sembly programs. 



FIRE CAPTAIN 

Towels. London fogs, and girls half- 
asleep, sprinkled over the campus, indi- 
cate that Mary Larsen, Fire Captain, has 
been at work. Under Mary's careful 
planning the Students at St. Mary's are 
well prepared in case of an emergency. 
As Fire Captain, Mary Larsen has the 
responsibility of carrying out fire drills 
with the co-operation of the Raleigh 
Fire Department. 



DANCE MARSHALS 




The Dance Marshals are elected by each class to plan the dances held at St. Man's. Dependability, originality, 
and charm are the qualities necessary for this position. A night filled with pleasant memories is the result of the 
Dance Marshals" work. Daphne Connelly, Jane Cottle, Anne Hundley. Belle Williams. 










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Front row, left to right: Betsy Kalkhurst, Lib Rawlings, Cornelia Johnson. Georgia O'Cain, Matilda Gholson, Sandy Johnson. Nancy 
Beard, Get* Canada. Wylley Robb, Billie Glass, Anita .Strickland, Ann Smith, Barbara Boisseau, Bee Pitt. Second row: Moya Lavin, Rose- 
anne Hollis, Mary Stella Leak. Alice Gribben, Anne de la Vergne. Anne Scott. Carol Combs, Carolyn Miller. Lola Kearney. Frances Pegues, 
Gene Grantham, Louise Clark, Linda Connelley, Reide Watson. Third row: Toi MacKethan. Malinda Swineford, Hilda Little, Susan Beck- 
ton, Jean Winhourne, Nancy Heath, Betsy Nichols, Vickie McKenzie, Nancy Vance Ashmore, Tudie Blythe. Julia Taylor, Betty Pat Par- 
son, Gretchen Bullard. Tra Jennette, Lynette Smith, Margaret Allen. Fourth row: Nell Bowen, Jane Walker, Barbara Martin, Mary Illges. 
Harriet King, Marion Purcell, Verna Gillam, Marty Watkins. 



Y.D.C. 




The Young Democrat's Club provides an opportunity for students 
to participate in the democratic processes of American politics. Repre- 
senting the Democratic group on campus, this club encourages student 
interest in politics of support and of co-operation in an effective govern- 
ment. 



OFFICERS, left to right: 
Canada. Cydne Wrijiht. 



Haynes Walker. Gee 



"J.F.K.V our man." Left to right: Nancy Hcalh. 
Gee Canada. Margaret Allen. Cydne Wright. 




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MEMBERS: Ftrs* row, /e/f to right: Jane Allen, Gwen Houck, Carlisle Northington, Courtenay McDowell, Karen Vom Lehn, Nan Chal- 
gren, Jean Hunter, Martha Wright. Cornelia Fitzgerald, Landon Harris, Julie White. Second row: Sarah Rand, Caroline Walker, Beth 
Gabriel, Ginger Speagle, Pom Harris, Cynthia Anderson, Mary Peyton. Betsy Crutchfield, Mary Lou Lipfert, Elsie Otto, Ginny Heron, 
Rosemary Adair, Bert Bradshaw, Marty Fales, Kay Miller, Sarah Carpenter. 



Y.R.C. 



The purpose of the Young Republicans Club is the stimulation of 
student interest in governmental matters and also to help the advance- 
ment of the two party system in the state of North Carolina. These 
young politicians have many interesting programs which are highlighted 
by numerous speakers. 





OFFICERS; left to right: Mary Larsen, Roses 
Watson, Martha Wright. 



"Just wait til 1964." left to right: Caroline 
Walker Courtenay McDowell, Ginny Simmons, 
Mary Larsen. 



DOCTOR'S 

DAUGHTERS^ 

CLUR 



St. Mary's girls, whose fathers 
are doctors, compose the Doctor's 
Daughters' Club. The club mem- 
bers strive to help those who are 
less fortunate than themselves. 
For one of their projects this past 
year the girls gave baskets of fruit 
to needy families. 




Front row. left to right: Betsy Nichols. Rosemary Adair, Roses Watson. Tay Ashfonl. 
Second row: Sandra Sox. Missy Wilson. Ann Hundley. Noonie Covington. Suzanne Cantey. 
Alice Carr, Margaret Smith. Third row: Kit Townsend. Dee Jarman. Joanne Gladstone. 



GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUR 



The Granddaughters' 
Club is composed of girls 
whose mothers or grand- 
mothers attended St. 
Mary's. Each year the 
club's main project is the 
sale of address books. The 
club, directed by the 
Alumnae Secretary, makes 
an annual contribution to 
the St. Marys Loyalty 
Fund. 




First row. left to right: Cone Hunter. Ann Holcombe, Tay Ashfonl. Cookie Arthur. Lib Rawlings. Mary 
Stella Leak. Phyllis Cannon. Second row: Pam Harris. Toi MacKethan. Jean Winborne. Susan Ehring- 
haus, Pat Parker. Winborne Shaffer, Carol Cantwell, Nelson Pemberton. Third row: Robbin Fuller. 
Alumnae Secretary; Mary Emerson, Beth Bellamy. Alice Stallings. Donna Bissette. Martha Fowler, Perry 
Grimes, Nancy Baker. Matilda Gbolson. Jane Stronach, Moya Lavin, Sherry Kinney. Ginny Simmons. 
Fourth row: Julia Taylor, Sada Mason, Rosa Beckwith, Jane Brooks. Tot Holler. Sally Leach. Roses 
Watson, Alice Gribbon, Sue Weaver, Evelyn Hodge-. Mary Parbam. Sallv Stevens. Belle Williams, Julie 
White. 



THE COLD CUTS 




Front row, 'left to right: Cookie Arthur, Bee Pitt. Julie Martin, Brooke Davila, Ginny Haron, Mary Lou Lipfert, Burnley Kinney. Second 
row: Carol Hardy, Mary Jane Meaeham, Nancy Gouger, Lou Whitaker, Nanne Chalgren. Third row: Erwin Parrott, Courtenay McDowell, 
Mary Larsen, Cornelia Hines. 




The Cold Cuts is composed of spirited 
and talented girls who combine their 
musical talents to promote better school 
spirit and campus relationships. Through- 
out the school year they give "concerts"" 
on campus and sometimes play at various 
fraternity houses at State and Carolina. 




SCENES AROUND CAMPUS 




Save your Confederate money . . . but not for use in tiie coke 
machine. 



Neither rain, sleet, snow, nor the Little man can keep our faith- 
ful Mr. Hick- from making his rounds. 




ATHLETICS 



SIGMA 




Penny Ives, Vice-President; Dabney Johnston, President. 

CHEERLEADERS 




First row, left to right: Gail Murphy, Margaret Allen. Cornelia Johnson, Jackie Baublitz, Frances McLanahan. Barbara Martin, Ginny 
Simmons. Standing, left to right: Ginger Speagle, Perry Grimes, Roses Watson, Julie White, C\nthia Anderson. Marly Watkins, Susan 
Spaulding, 




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CHEERLEADERS 




First row, left to right: Shirley Keedwell, Susan Shankle, Monica GoubaucI, Mary Stuart Dent. Carol Canhvell, Judy Merrill. Standin 
left to right: Ann Rhichart, Susan Blythe, Alice Carr, Carolyn Broun, Lynn Boyce, Tay Ashford. 




Pass. 



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Pemberton, Penny Ives. Front to back: Lynn Boyce, Nancy Heath. Gee Canada. 
Lucy Southhall, Sara Anthony. 




The Letter Club is an athletic organization which 
plans the \ears sport events and promotes good 
sportsmanship and a spirit of keen competition 
among the students. It is composed of girls who 
have excelled in at least two sports, such as soccer, 
basketball, volle\ hall. Softball, or tennis. 



Carol Hard\. President 



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First, row, leit to right: Monica Gaubaud, Lanclon Harris, Flo McNeer, Lynn 
Boyce. Welclon Cabell, Dianne Mr.Gruder, Helen Thaxton. Second row, left to 
right: Julie Martin, Sarah Langston, Lockhart Follin, Susan Spaulding, Ann 
Richart, Margaret Smith. 



The Swimming Club al St. Mary's is composed 
of girls who possess aquatic ability and individual 
style. They present a water program which illus- 
trates their skill and hard work. 




Helen Thaxton. President 



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Carlisle Northington, Kana Bray 




EnwiN Parrott 
President 



ORCHESIS 



Orchesis consists of a group of girls 
ancing ability. The group is directed 



who excell in 
bv Mrs. Doris 
Bailey who is always eager to help the girls in any way 
she can. Orchesis performed in our production of Annie 
Get Your Gun and always gives a beautiful May Day 
program. 




Betsy Nichols, Margaret Allen. Brooke Davila. 





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Sharon Finch. Mary Jane 
Meacham, Patricia Arm- 
strong, Betty Pat Parsons. 





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SCHOOL SPIRIT 
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SPORTSMANSHIP 
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INTELLECT 

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STYLE 

Jackie Baublitz 




TALENT 

Nanne Chalgren 




DEPENDABILITY 

Cornelia Hines 



OUTSTANDING 




PATRICIA ARMSTRONG 

With her versatility and 
wit, "Tricia"' has proved an 
able Senior Class President. 
Whether playing "Annie." 
dancing, or leading a Senior 
Class meeting. Tricia is liked 
and admired by all. 



JANE BROOKS 

With her sincere interest 
and efficiency, Jane has ably 
executed the duties of Secre- 
tary of Hall Council. Her 
personality and qualities of 
leadership have made her 
one of the recognized leaders 
of the school. 



NANNE CHALGREN 

Nanne has held a variety 
of positions which utilize her 
many talents. As President 
of the Dramatic Club and 
as Assembly Chairman, her 
poise and powers of expres- 
sion are well demonstrated. 



NANCY HEATH 

Although Nancy has 
great deal of responsibility 
as Secretary of the Student 
Body and President of thr 
Circle, she always is en 
thusiastic and friendly. He 
many contributions make lie 
a girl St. Mary's will lonj 
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SENIORS 




CORNELIA HINES 

By her sincere interest in 
?h student. Cornelia has 
ade herself a friend to all 
d respected 1>\ all. As a 
:der in Student Govern- 
ing her sound judgment 
id integrity have contrib- 
sd immeasurabl) to St. 
ar\ 's. 



DABNEY JOHNSTON 

MANN 

Although small in statue. 
Dabney's ability is great. She 
has served as President of 
the Day Students and Cap- 
tain of the Siginas. Her en- 
thusiasm and dedication 
make Dahuev a true leader. 



COURTENAY McDOWELL 

Courtenay's sincere dedi- 
cation to her position as 
Chairman of Hall Council 
has made her respected by 
all. Her warm personality 
and interest have made her 
a more than vital link be- 
tween the students and the 
faculty. 



BETSY NICHOLS 

Betsy has shown her abil- 
itj of leadership in many 
ways here at St. Mary's. 
particularly through the Stu- 
dent Government. Her dedi- 
cation to the school in all 
of her interests will long be 
remembered by all of us. 



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June Warren Wall 



Cydne Ann Wright 



Mary Margaret Watkins 



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MARSHALS 





Marty Watkins, Winston Conner, Erwin Parrott, chief, Brooke Davila. Rosemary Adair, Jackie Baublitz. 



Eacli spring the six marshals are elected from the rising 
Senior class. Their duties are to usher at chapel services 
and at school entertainments. After the graduation services 
in May, the chief marshal drops a handkerchief to signify 
that the school year has officially ended. 



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Penney' 

One of North Carolina's Finest Stores 
In Raleigh's Cameron Village 



SPIC AND SPAN 
CLEANERS 



MELVIN'S 
PHARMACY 

1217 Hillsboro Street 



PHONE TE 2-5834 



Complete Drug Store Service 



Eat with little Pete 


at the 


PETER PAN 


The Oldest Restaurant on Hillsboro 


and the Cleanest Kitchen in Town 



Best IT'ishes 

KERR REXALL DRUGS 

2 Raleigh Locations 
Cameron Village Ridgewood 

"Prescription Specialists" 



Fisher's Sandwiches 
Satisfy 



FRIENDLY 
FRUIT STORE 

FRESH FRUITS AND 
VEGETARLES 

Friendly, Courteous Service 

PHONE TE 2-3212 
601 Hillsboro Street 



3*8 

/^v±\. Jewelers and Silversmiths Since IE 
V^3? '28 Fayetteville St., Raleigh 



Compliments 

of 
1962 CLASS 



FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers Corsages 

Graduation Bouquets Decorations 



PHONE TE 2-8347 



J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

"FFe Grow the Flowers We Sell" 




CONVERSE TENNIS SHOES 

MacGregor Golf and Tennis Equipment 

Cameron Village 

Phone TE 2-4121 



Compliments of 



IVEY-TAYLOR 



Printed and Round l,y Edwards & Broughton Co.. Raleigh. N.